Paddle Follins Pond into Mill Pond, Yarmouth

We have made it through the pictured culvert a couple of times this summer to get from Follins Pond into Mill Pond...and back. Follins Pond is lined with houses. Mill Pond is beautiful...almost no houses.

To get through the culvert, there has to be no flow against you..to allow you to move your boat with your hands on the ceiling and sides of the culvert.  So, the timing for our going in BOTH directions through the culvert is critical. We will launch from the Follins Pond Rd IN DENNIS, OFF MAYFAIR Rd.

There is a public launch at the end of Follins Pond Rd, into Follins Pond in Dennis, off Mayfair Rd. There is ample parking, no sticker required and a very easy launch.

In a GPS or mapping program, be careful to enter FOLLINS POND RD, DENNIS.

DIRECTIONS TO THE DENNIS LOCATION:  From Rt 6, coming from the west, take Ex 8. Go south on Station Ave a few hundred feet to the stop light. Go left onto Whites Path; drive 1.5mile. Take left at the stop sign onto N.Main which becomes N.Dennis Rd and go 1.8 mile to the first stop sign at a wide open intersection. Go right onto Setucket, pass 4 streets on the right and then take the fork to the right to get on Mayfair Rd. After the fork, Follins Pond Rd. is the 14th street on your right and is just under 1 mile from the fork.

Coming from the east on Rt 6, it would be shorter to get off at Exit 9, Rt. 134.

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  • Joyce

    Weather could not have been better. Good to welcome Steve to the group. Good timing on the tide so that we made it through the culvert easily. Mill Pond is always beautiful and full of birds.

    August 16, 2013

  • Betsey B.

    Perfect weather, perfect company, perfect paddle (except when my boat was caught in fishing line)!

    August 16, 2013

  • Steve s.

    See you then

    August 14, 2013

  • Angela

    Unexpected surgery. All is good. So sorry to miss the chance to meet you and enjoy kayaking...

    August 13, 2013

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